How to Clean Your TCP

From time to time, if you add essential oils to your TCP on a daily basis, you might find it becomes saturated and won’t take new oil into the pores as well as it did when it was brand new. This happens because either the carrier oils in the blends you have used have clogged the tiny pores which should hold the oils, and/or you’ve been adding essential oils at a rate faster than the essential oils natural ability to diffuse out of these pores.

First, you don’t need to add essential oil every day. Check out the answers to your questions about that here in the FAQ’s.

But if you missed that and use one pendant every day and have been adding oil to it since you opened the zip lock bag and took out the pendant, you may find it is either saturated¬†or perhaps even soiled from daily use. Here’s what you can do about that.

1) Scrub it with a dish soap – a “green” one will do nicely, brushing vigorously with a toothbrush
2) Scrub with a little vinegar
3) Rinse well under running water for several minutes
4) Soak it in a small bowl of clean, clear water overnight
5) Leave it to dry for a few days, three or four, laying it in the sun if you can

When you begin to use it again, begin with Lemon oil to cleanse it completely. Wait until the Lemon has flashed off before adding another oil.

Of course, the best way to diffuse with Terra Cotta Pendants is to have two or three on the go and alternating them daily. Did you know you receive the Wholesale price when you buy 30 or more? Team up with friends or downline members to get this 50% discount! Just add 25 or more pieces to the Shopping Cart and you will see the prices change when the 25th unit is added!

 


¬©2013 Terra Cotta Pendants About the Author: Lori Gosselin has worked in network marketing since 1997. In 2003, this passion led to the creation of www.Terra-Cotta-Pendants.com This is one in a series of general info articles offering info on TCP’s. See essential oil marketing articles here!

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